• Music Manumit Music Only Podcast - 110205

    26 May 2011, 10:46 by MarcHollenbach

    Doug's Picks - sex, DRUGS and rock 'n' roll

    "Drug of Choice (ft Colin Mutchler)" by Benjamin Oath (rock) - CC BY-NC - Website
    "Cigarettes & Coffee" by Loudog (ska) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
    "eXtasy (Follow The Bouncing Bass)" by SCAL. G. (dance) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
    "Sex, Drugs and Tafioles" by The Pierre Richard's Family (punk) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
    "The Cannabis Cafe" by David Rovics (folk) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
    "Tequila" by 57jackbraves (country) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website

    Tom's Picks:

    "Plumy Tale" by Dumbo Gets Mad (Rock) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
    "Butterfly" by Delicate Steve (Electronic Rock) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
    "Happy Sun" by Monokle & Galun (Electronic) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
    "06" by Flowerheads (Psych-Rock) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website


  • New release: Setting the mood with netBloc Volume 30: aldartea

    2 Nov 2010, 13:23 by mGee2005

    Love of music is what the netBloc series is about. It's not about hatred of the mainstream music industry, even though it may seem so sometimes (no matter how much I am against everything that the music industry represents these days). The fact of the matter is that there are artists, worldwide, who aren't being heard because they don't fit into some generic compartment that the current music industry has deemed economically viable. The industry has completely lost sight of the art. As with most American industries, it's only guiding force is now the bottom line. Certainly, netBloc Vol. 30 artist Single Bullet Theory can attest to the fact that this tunnel vision isn't a new phenomenon, yet it seems to have gotten much worse. I get it... business is BUSINESS, but what American corporate culture seems to have forgotten is the balance between business and creativity. Without the creativity and art of the product, the soul of it is gone. Yet, the soul hasn't actually gone from music, sure it's been forced out of the mainstream…
  • solipsistic NATION No. 213: Magicore

    24 Oct 2010, 03:26 by solipsisticast


    Today's show featuring music selected by the rad lads from the Magicore music blog is so much fun!

    For the last year or so I've been friends with on Twitter. has always had great things to say and posted links to some wonderful links. A lot of links happened to be from his Magicore blog so I subscribed to his feed and was richly rewarded.

    What is Magicore? Magicore is "a style of music primarily deriving influence from various genres of metal, electronic dance music, video-game music, and Japanese pop music. Magicore albums are conceptual in nature and revolve around a science fiction/fantasy storyline, with characters and settings." Magicore as a genre doesn't exist so Magicore the blog posts music that captures the spirit of what Magicore could be.

    I loved the music I was finding on Magicore so I invited to come on the show as a guest DJ to play the music he thought was the very best of Magicore. …